Collision

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Dutton, 2008 - Fiction - 320 pages
15 Reviews
The international bestseller returns with his most ambitious, multidimensional, and tightly crafted thriller yet, a breakout achievement featuring his hallmark blend of ordinary people in extraordinary danger.

Already an international sensation, with his books translated into fifteen languages—in the UK alone, Panichas more than 400,000 copies in print—Jeff Abbott is a master of the action-packed thriller. Now, with Collision, he delivers a meaty, twisty, white-knuckle ride designed to propel him onto the bestseller lists in his home country.
Collisionis the story of two men living very different lives—one, a successful corporate consultant who is mourning the murder of his new bride; the other, a former CIA agent known only as “Pilgrim,” whose current assignment for a fringe espionage agency is so treacherous he doesn’t trust even his own boss. When they are thrown together in a violent, unexpected event, the two men realize that they’ve been framed in an elaborate setup. Unsure who to trust and who may just be trying to draw them into the open, the unlikely partners have no choice but to work together. But with everything at stake, Ben has no idea that Pilgrim is harboring some shocking secrets of his own—secrets that will soon force Ben to confront just how blurred the line has become between best friends and bitter enemies.

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User Review  - Mark Giordano - Goodreads

First book I've read by Jeff Abbott and this was thoroughly enjoyable. Would be interested in reading more from him. Read full review

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User Review  - Gary - Goodreads

I really loved it! Very entertaining during a time where I needed just to take my mind off life. Read full review

About the author (2008)

Jef Abott is the acclaimed author of nine novels, including Fear, Panic, and A Kiss Gone Bad. Nominated for three Edgar and two Anthony Awards, he lives in Austin, Texas, with his family.

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